Portelet Bay
 
JYPOR01 BB "British Photogravure" series  JYPOR12 BB4
Portelet Bay
JYPOR02 Salmon 2501 
Portelet Bay 
1929
JYPOR13 "Milton"
Portelet bay
JYPOR03 Janvrin's Barn Restaurant - Portelet Bay JYPOR04 A Smith 107 
Portelet Bay - Janvin's Tomb 
JYPOR05 Boots

1905

JYPOR06 RA J14387

1962

JYPOR07 Unknown RP JYPOR08 Valentines A.1741
1951
JYPOR10 J&S 4/91
1949
JYPOR11 Celesque 45506
LL 107 - Portelet Bay LL 107 
Portelet Bay
JYPOR09 Constance 5114

1962

Local history:    Many years ago....   Captain Janvrin returned with his ship to Jersey waters
but realised that his ship was infected with the plague so refused to land,  realising the risk
to the Island but wishing to die in sight of his home land.   When all the crew had succumbed
they were buried on the small outcrop in Portelet Bay which became known as Janvrin's Tomb
out of respect for the sacrifice they had made in not landing in search of a possible cure.